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The clip Discussing Family bills from My Man Godfrey (1936) with Eugene Pallette, Gail Patrick Ahh. Oh, Carlo! Who's giving the concert tonight? The great Kalininski. Oh, the pianist? No, cellist. What difference does it make? Oh, it's so nice to see you two girls having a pleasant chat. Or is it a pleasant chat? Well, well, well! Imagine the Bullocks gathered together in one room. Don't forget Carlo. I'm not going to forget Carlo. Don't bother about me. I feel like one of the family. Don't you go away. You don't mind if I discuss a few family matters, do you, Carlo, old boy? Oh, Alexander, you're not going to bring up those sordid business matters, I hope. I've just been going over last month's bills, and you people have confused me with the Treasury Department. Don't start that again, Dad. I don't mind giving the government 60% of what I make. But I can't do it when my family spends 50%! Well, why should the government get more money than your own family? That's what I want to know. Why should the government get more? Well, that's just the way they have of doing things. Oh! Money, money, money! The Frankenstein monster that destroys souls! Please don't say anything more about it! You're upsetting Carlo!
22 Dec 2011
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